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Council approves final contract for utility project

 


By RALPH ANSAMI

ransami@yourdailyglobe.com

HURLEY — The Hurley City Council awarded a $1,134,153 contract to Ross Peterson Construction Tuesday for this summer’s utility project.

Jamey Francis, of the public works committee, said the city had $30,000 more for the project than it expected in a previous federal grant that can be used for the project. He said that will enable Peterson to run a new water line under U.S. 51.

In addition to the base project, the council agreed to fund a U.S. 51 sewer main for $53,960 and $68,255 in Germain Hill water tank improvements.

The entire project is...



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